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BMW Motorrad VISION NEXT 100: What kind of world will be home to the BMW Vision 100 motorcycle of the future?
“Normally, when we develop a motorcycle, we tend to think 5 to 10 years in advance. On this occasion, we looked much further ahead and found the experience especially exciting. There are some very attractive prospects. I firmly believe the BMW Vision 100 Motorbike sets out a coherent future scenario for the BMW Motorrad brand”, explains Edgar Heinrich.
When designing the BMW Motorrad VISION NEXT 100, the team was thinking decades in advance. In tomorrow’s world, connectivity and digitalisation will be all-encompassing. Most vehicles will be driverless, and life will be organised largely by digital services. More and more of the world’s population will be living in urban areas.
Digital technologies for an analogue experience.
Building on the benefits of the digital world, the BMW Self Balancing Motorcycle VISION NEXT 100 takes the analogue riding experience to a completely new level. The BMW Self Balancing Motorcycle unique sensation of freedom is made possible by intelligent connectivity between rider, bike and the outside world – a combination that also allows the prediction of critical situations on the roads. In conjunction with the active assistance systems, these connected elements help keep riders of the BMW Self Balancing Motorcycle Motorrad VISION NEXT 100 in complete control of their ride. As well as anticipating what lies ahead and alerting the user when action is needed, they offer active rider protection and will consign the helmets and body protectors of today to the history books.
“Self-balancing” – active, intelligent assistant systems.
In certain situations, the active assistance systems of the future will also enhance stability and safety by automatically balancing the motorcycle, both out on the road and when stationary. Novice riders will benefit from additional guidance in all riding situations and from a bike that will never tip over.
The BMW Self Balancing Motorcycle VISION NEXT 100 rights itself while even stationary, remaining upright when the rider has dismounted. The BMW Self Driving Motorbike balancing systems also work out on the road to ensure a particularly agile and dynamic riding experience with even lighter handling, which seasoned riders will appreciate, and all the benefits of assistance systems to enhance their capabilities even further.
The BMW Motorrad VISION NEXT 100 helps every biker become more proficient and enjoy an even more positive riding experience. Every trip becomes a journey of freedom, from beginning to end.
The “Digital Companion” – connected. Ubiquitous. Discreet.
When combined, the BMW Motorrad VISION NEXT 100 bike and the special rider’s gear that has been designed to accompany it form a single functional unit: a Digital Companion that provides the situational information and active support the rider needs. But because biking is essentially about the experience, the Digital Companion remains in the background: though constantly active, it works away unnoticed until required to issue an alert via the user interface or provide active assistance, for instance. Unless the rider or circumstances require it, the Digital Companion remains silent.


Gérard Lefrançois says:

Non sense, we need to hold something with ours arms.

Кристи Завалишина says:

посадка как на шоссейнике “Colnago”. Прикольно.

Irfan Ali says:

price kya hai as gadi ka

Sasha Pet says:

what’s the point of driving a motorcycle if you’re NOT driving a motorcycle. Insanity is the future. Besides most motorcycle wrecks are caused by CARS pulling out in front of bikes. You can’t fix stupid. This modern generation is the definition of insanity.

SiDi says:

Co to za gówniany wymysł. Jaki biker chciałby jeździć na czymś takim ?? Elektroniki więcej jak koni mechanicznych. A jak się coś zjebie to sam staruje do warsztatu BMW ?? Czy jest jednorazowy ??

carlos gomez says:

tron bike is finally here

Rea Black says:

is this bike for the homeless as well? is somebody poor gonna aford this bike? not? FU*K IT THEN! FU*K YOUR RICH FUTURE BEAAAAAACH! I SURE DON’T FU”KING NEED IT! I BETTER WALK!

mariolondyn50 says:

Realy great design !

Alain Fremaut says:

présentation en langue anglaise de motos allemande !!!

Emo Zagorski says:

wHAT A LOAD OF CRAP! Seriously!

Innova Terra says:

Helmet is Strictly Needed on most countries. It doesnt matter how smart this technology you cannot defy accidents ahead.

Mriganka Sarkar says:

End of Motorcycle is near…u are nailing it

Motor Brain says:


foddermike says:

No helmet? Leave that craziness to the Americans 😛 As for her out fit (riding gear will be mostly a fashion statement…) the stupid flaps coming from her neck over her elbows and down along to her wrists will be more like twin parachutes than anything fashionable. And as for those impossible expanding cylinder heads… yeah right, not with a fixed piston inside. Good luck bringing the concept BACK to reality 😉

Minch Yoda says:

How would it turn around a sharp corner?

Nic S says:

1}no helmets, what in case of the Tyre bursts and so low clearance between the wheel and mudguards​ locks the wheel and making that digital intelligence to malfunction or misjudge.
2} if it’s electric how the electricity generated. using fuels or may be in the future whole electricity generated from solar or wind but there are so many losses in generating, storing and sending it to its destination.
3} After every debate and explanation what about the range. Still there’s no practical 4 of 2 wheels on earth which gives long range, fuel availability and filling time is not practical.
Good for city commute.

sunny Raj says:

will the girl come with the bike?

ไกรภพ ธรรมสาลีสุข says:

good I dear….

mehmet okudan says:

F*ck you, I live alone and no one can ride with me bike.

fight club says:

Street fighting is hand-to-hand combat in public places, between individuals or groups of people.

Big Bigg says:

you Germans are on top of the game as usual.

MO IMRAN says:

I am 100% sure BMW use gyroscope to use balance the bike.

David Hastings says:



this is stupid. Its great if you ride without traffic , but even than you dont feel like you ride its more like videogame where you risk your life

Lawrence Standifer Stevens says:

Hey, BMW! So, if there are no accidents in the future, why are there guardrails at bends in the road? What about other drivers/riders? Blind luck? Don’t get me wrong. I think this is a beautiful concept vehicle but your vision of the future is a bit too utopian for my taste. There will never be a utopia. Dystopia? Much more possible than it’s counterpart. Just don’t sell us a bill of goods. In the real world, roads will always have potholes and other drivers won’t always be on the lookout for YOU. Otherwise, good job!

Arqam Zubair says:

the bike will be a pain in the neck for any lengthy rides as the driver has to hold his head against gravity. It looks beautiful none the less but I hate such a design

Kallista Metropoulos says:

sorry. i’ll stick with driving myself.

Redblade says:

More deaths are going to occur on one of those things.

Joe Duke says:

In the future only robots will exist, so a crash will not damage their heads… we get it.

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